Top Ten Travel Laptops
When it comes to choosing the best travel laptop, it’s all about portability, innovation, seamless and secured connectivity and longevity of battery life. Here’s a list of top ten travel laptops that are suitable for people who are always on the go.
Like always, Apple has an answer to the portability issues most travelers face. An eye candy, this extremely sleek though expensive notebook comes with superior specs and a flawless outlook. Superior features include 2GB SDRAM, SSD storage, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and weight less than three pounds.
With Google walking down the innovative lane, travelers can now enjoy “Googling” on their new Google laptops. Unlike other laptops, C48’soperating system is the browser itself and allows the backpacker to collaborate and connect the moment they turn on their laptop. The laptop promises nearly 8 hours of battery life and is slimmer than an inch.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
A new ten-inch Samsung tablet offers two cameras; 2MPfront-facing and 8MP rear camera. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 comes with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a removable battery. Other notable specs include 1GHz Dual Core Processor, Honeycomb and a price tag and portability features matching those of Apple’s notebook.
Gamma Tech Durabook S15C
Looking for something that is shockproof and drop resistant? Dura’s new Gamma Tech Durabook S15C is certainly the right choice for the most challenging backpackers. Best suited for army coups, the manufacturer claims that the laptop can survive 810F military test. Specs include 500GB hard disk, 8GBRAM and super drive DVD.
The name suggests what’s in store for the user. If you are looking for ruggedness, then Rocky is definitely your answer. The manufacturer promises a gadget that remains intact even if it is literally smashed on any mountain. The super-survivable laptop has a memory of 8GB and the system supports Intel graphics.
While some people may be pondering whether the relatively new gadget is a more mobile or tablet, HTCH Flyer is a stylus operated device that certainly offers a new taste to the innovative computer market. Based on Android 2.3, HTC Flyer gets its connectivity via Bluetooth 3. The tablet has a single USB Port, 5 MP camera and 1.3 MB webcam.
Panasonic Toughbook S9
Noted for their sturdy attributes, tough books are not really the best-looking gadgets around. However, Panasonic has something else to offer. With its launch of S9 featuring a 12.1-inch screen, the Toughbook is claimed to be the lightest laptop with its magnesium alloy breastplate.
With storage up to 64 GB flash, nearly 10-inch diagonal screen and Apple’s 1GHz processor, Apple’s iPad is certainly shy of a netbook but serves the purpose quite well for travelers.
Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E220s
Though somewhat fragile, the 3.5 pound netbook offers12.5-inch screen, 720p webcam, Core i5 or i7 processor and 4GB DDR3. The little companion is ideal for heavy user.
Samsung 9 Series
Samsung 9 Series is a proof of innovation and style. Quite like its competitor Apple, the netbook weighs around 3 pounds, has a battery life of 6 hours, and is extremely sleek. Prominent features include 1.5 watt stereo speakers, 128GB SSD, Core i5 processor, Bluetooth 3.0, 13.3-inch screen and a Duralumin finish.
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